• Chapel End

    Chapel End

    Chapel End ward is the most northern ward in Walthamstow, bordering Chingford. It is home to many local landmarks including the Town Hall, and runs from Forest road upto the Walthamstow Stadium. Both Sir George...

  • High Street

    High Street

    This ward is dominated by Walthamstow High Street – the longest daily outdoor market in Europe and the retail centre for our area. Yet it also stretches down Coppermill Lane to the River Lea and...

  • Higham Hill

    Higham Hill

    Higham Hill ward runs from the edge of Priory Court estate all the way to the border with Tottenham. It takes in the Banbury, Lockwood and Maynard reservoirs as well as Higham Hill Recreation Ground,...

  • Hoe Street

    Hoe Street

    Hoe Street ward covers half of Walthamstow Village and includes many local landmarks such as the Ancient House, Vestry House Museum, St Mary’s Church and Welcome Centre, the Asian Centre, and the Old Town Hall....

  • Lea Bridge

    Lea Bridge

    Lea Bridge Road dominates Lea Bridge ward, which runs from the Bakers Arms all the way to the border with Hackney and the Lea Valley Ice Centre. It covers both E17 and E10 postcodes as...

  • Markhouse

    Markhouse

    Markhouse takes its name from Markhouse Road, which bisects the ward into two. It stretches from Walthamstow Central Station in the north, to Low Hall Sports Ground in the west, to Boundary Road in the...

  • William Morris

    William Morris

    Williams Morris ward is named after one of Walthamstow’s most famous sons – the textile designer, artist, writer and socialist pioneer. The newly refurbished William Morris Gallery at the south end of Lloyd Park sits...

  • Wood Street

    Wood Street

    Wood Street ward covers the eastern half of Walthamstow village and then runs all the way to the border between Walthamstow and Redbridge, stretching out to Epping Forest. Wood Street itself runs through the middle...

Stella is MP for the Walthamstow parliamentary constituency. It contains most of the Walthamstow area plus part of Highams Park, as shown on the map above. The area to the north of the constituency is the Chingford & Woodford Green constituency, represented by Iain Duncan Smith MP. The area to the south of the constituency is the Leyton & Wanstead constituency, represented by John Cryer MP. Strict parliamentary protocol means that Stella can only take up cases from residents of her own constituency. Walthamstow is entirely within the London Borough of Waltham Forest.

Walthamstow is divided into eight wards, each represented by three councillors. To find which ward you are in, please see the map of Walthamstow with wards marked above.